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curates we need to ensure the b.b.c.'s impartiality is not brought into question and presenters all reporters are not exposed to potential conflicts of interest the b.b.c. might have to get used to reporting on itself or she referring us back to those guidelines because this looks like an issue that isn't going away and there are likely to be more high profile resignations over this issue of gender pay inequality and we discussed this issue with independent journalist martin summers i think with b.b.c. in particular because it is a public service broadcaster they've got to show that they're being fair about pay the be the go to show that they're being open about how these decisions are taken and i suppose i would argue that frankly they should let people have their opinions and just say the b.b.c. you know except some people with different opinions about this even when the b.b.c. is the center of the controversy it's going to be a tricky one whatever happens i think by her resignation what she has done is
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brought all this into the open and no doubt the debate will continue. michelin stars are considered a whole mark of fine dining with recipients of gaining prestige in the cool and airy world there are small mining town in the east of france one chef is being forced to turn in his star although through no fault of his own is his story. i. think over the past four or five years we've seen steady decline internally in fall in business for various reasons many people prefer to stay at work and get deliveries and you'll come to. new companies making less so the budgets are tight and. that is that.
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i've been in this town for eighteen years and we've had a mission a stall for thirteen years for the region it's a shame to lose a star restaurant but it's a good thing for the industry overall unfortunately we need to focus on employment rather than the. sad but that's the way to. deal with. the united states debate is heating up over a migration initiative aimed at protecting young illegal migrants also known as the dreams donald trump says he's ready to approve or lower on them however. conditions truly should be a goal of love and we can do that but it also has to be a bill where we're able to secure our border drugs are pouring into our country at a record pace so in order to secure it we need
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a wall. deferred action for childhood arrivals also known as dhaka is a program created under the obama administration that gives a temporary right to live study and work to those who are legally brought as children to america now u.s. lawmakers have two months to turn daca into law the daca initiative has of late being used by democrats as a tool to accuse trump of violating migrants rights but a recent revelations make it look like the debate is not so much about moral principles but rather about votes and support bases and the media is now sharing a memo written by the former director of communications for hillary clinton's presidential campaign. the fight to protect treatments is not a really a moral imperative it's also a critical component of the democratic party's future and that tural success if democrats didn't try to do everything in their power to defend dream as that would jeopardize democrats tonight says in two thousand and eighteen and beyond political
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analyst john had unimpressed by the way the dream is issue is being used to score political points politics has become very cynical in the in the u.s. and you know i think that. it's somewhat of a dirty game no it. looks it would reach very cynical the fact. they have very wealthy interests that rely on a constant flow of cheap labor and also all the legal votes. against any of the reforms that the president trump and the republicans have been pressing for. america's dreamers debate might actually have some residence in scotland where the local parliament is looking into the possibility of granting the right to vote to anyone granted asylum or residency permit it would include a right to participate in local and scottish parliament elections a scottish minister a parliamentary business claim that it's only fair that those who have the right to
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live there should have the right to vote and we debate the issue with james dolan from the scottish national party and david copeland from the u.k. independence party. the idea that any country allows people who are not their citizens to vote in any election has this on the head of a totally wrong the scottish national party want to gerrymander the elections they want to give the vote to every tom dick and harry this is all anybody but the english i should think i don't i that goes died out so somebody might call that racist. rumble and run i just heard from david cole bombing and the only person that sounded racist and it was him the fuck interested in the race of people. and if they get the rate then i think it's only appropriate to get rate to have a c. they must have british citizenship all the scottish national politics well scottish not lying about it trying to gerrymander it they'll have anybody in the country that give them a view to give us some explanation of the scope shasta darlington is joining
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together so they actually need to be quiet for a moment i would well you should be quiet let me speak i'd let you speak a sensually they don't want anybody who's english voting but anybody else can have a vote no matter where they come from this is on how it all countries normally only allow people to vote in elections who are citizens of that country the ridiculously the coupon continues to see only people we want only to the english the english people who stay here vote consistently or in all sorts of issues the. good the most big deal for them i mean look still be able to vote for whoever they want to vote for that's called democracy that is what you want to do as usual when all else are you going to know that a lot of the scottish scottish soldiers of scottish people were not given the vote if they were not resident in scotland or the referendum this is not that pathetic if the effort by the scottish national party to gerrymander
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a future independence vote this is not a game this is about trying to meet scotland the rate sort of country to the people who live in school and will get the opportunity to say what it's a boat well thank you joining us here on this wednesday on r.t.e. international you will buy headlines continue in approximately thirty minutes. i had a great education a good job and a family that loved me. i never had to worry about how i would eat somewhere i would sleep. i'm facing christmas alone out on the streets of london. well you look to be. a cut above the boy you like going to school you know just not in the still give up food for the so.
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this is boom bust broadcasting around the world from washington d.c. i'm bart chilton. coming up artie's holland cook joins us from las vegas to talk. plus wall so talk cyber crime and what to expect this year with todd shipley of various software and later we'll discuss a big trade deal with the french airline manufacturer air bus and french president emmanuel mccrone and finally we'll discuss the economics of the new now let's get to the top stories and this is the financial headline. yesterday president trump addressed the now the american farm bureau on a range of issues including nafta the north american free trade agreement the
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o.p.o. crisis and regulation while many listeners were hoping to hear more about the administration's plans on rita go shading the nafta the president only repeated familiar language about getting a better deal the president also touted the release of a report from a task force on rural america in the report it says that of the five key areas of concentration for rural america increasing internet connections is vital well yeah like they said in the jerry maguire movie show me the money it is unfortunately there were a number of fact all errors in the president's farm bureau speech and here's one take a listen and we've just signed into law the most significant tax cuts and reforms in american has been the it's a total of five point five trillion dollars in tax. sounds super five point
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five trillion dollars but it's untrue the tax cut is one point five trillion not five point five trillion i mean it's still a huge deal that it got a tax cut done and surprise people like me but getting these key high level details correct you know one point five trillion or five point five trillion sort of an important deal the speech also made the president the first incumbent president of the united states to address the farm bureau since george h.w. bush in one thousand nine hundred two kudos to the president for doing that we'll spend some time on the u.s. farm and real economy on tomorrow's show should be interesting. the technology sector was the biggest market mover in twenty seventeen in fact the s. and p. five hundred tech index jumped thirty seven percent last year and they've started
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off with a big bang in twenty eighteen in recent days the s. and p. five hundred index rose above twenty seven hundred for the first time and other major indexes hit record closing highs as the techs climbed amidst robust economic growth for technology stocks alphabet i.b.m. and chip makers have been the biggest drivers recently but it isn't just the big players in tech that are making moves holland cook hosts the big host of the big picture which airs at seven pm on friday joins us from the consumer electronics show in las vegas holland thanks for being with us for a consumer electronics is a big business in and of itself what's going on in vegas. well this is a three hundred twenty one b. billion dollar business each year this year in the usa alone forecasters grow three point two percent and never once during the great recession did consumer
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electronics not have an up year so it's a very dynamic industry to watch and there are one hundred eighty four thousand of us from one hundred fifty countries watching it here all week at the consumer electronics show interesting lee the consumer electronics show has given we in the media strict instructions not to use the phrase consumer electronics show in fact the consumer electronics association actually change their name to consumer technology association for a couple of reasons one is that there's a lot more to it then gadgets now you often report on bitcoin presidential tweets grab the headlines and amazon twitter air b.n. b. . it's not just gadgets anymore and frankly in a an exhibit hall the size of fifty football fields here there's
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a lot of stuff that just isn't gadget like so they're trying to shake the image of this as a gadget show well i always go to you know brookstone for my gadgets when i'm traveling through airports as i know you do a lot but what are the sort of big picture projects there despite the gadgets that being showcased holland. well you name it as i said these event halls the size of fifty football fields several thousand companies will be introducing tens of thousands of products so you've got your drones you've got your robo car i think one of the big trends that we're seeing or should i say hearing this year is voice and after santa left all those smart speakers under the christmas tree a lot of the.


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